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, and the a judge sciences a warrant without an opinion, particularly, and the fisa court is analogous to that model, and there are a few, very small number of opinions, that as judge robertson suggested, most of the time it goes back and forthand then finally approved by the court with the judge's signature. it may be memos internally at the court analyzing issues. i do think that bob, the general counsel of the dni said in congressional hearing, they're scrambling -- i mam they are -- to declassify as many applications and prepare white papers and explain legal analysis to the extent consistent with national security, and i think they're doing that. in terms of replacing the court involvement, i think that, again, we need to understand the constitutional background is that foreign intelligence surveillance 1,978th, occurred without court involvement. it was unilateral action of the executive branch. that led to lots of abuses and sometimes the authority being used focused on domestic targets. fisa was a big compromise between the branches to bring courts in and to the extent feasible and consisten
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and collected some data for science experiments too. >>> a special event at the white house today. first lady michele obama hosted a 54 kid state dinner. the kids recipes were winners at the healthy lurch time challenge. these junior chefs are 8 to 12 years old. among their winning meals, pan seered mississippi catfish on a bed of river rice and confetti peanut ginger party pasta from missouri. president obama stopped by for a few minutes for hugs and to offer words of encouragement. >> i want to make sure that you know that using your fingers is completely fine here. okay. so don't try to cut those things. pick them up, put them in your mouth. the first lady has said that it is okay. parents, okay. >> that's what i'm talking about. >> there you go. enjoy yourselves. >>> singer rachel crow of x factor fame gave a special performance at the state dinner. >>> let's get the word on the weather. we had a little bit of everything today, more blue skies than clouds? >> no we still have quit a bit of cloud cover but starting to see the cloud cover thin way back here to the west around leesburg and w
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any surprise fees. ♪ it's not rocket science. it's just common sense. from td ameritrade. >> bill: week in the review from the ingle angle segment tonight. trayvon martin trial triggered by race. the florida where the alleged crime took place police chief said he was fired from his job for not arresting george zimmerman immediately. >> saying this was the result of political pressure that you lost your job. >> i believe it was political pressure and the fact that i upheld my oath. this was pressure applied. the city manager asked several times during the process can an arrest be made now? >> bill: in addition, the watchdog group judicial watch has obtained documents through the freedom of information act that say a division of the justice department send people down to florida from washington to provide assistance for anti-zimmerman protesters. if true, that's disturbing, joining us now from washington, fox news analyst laura ingraham. so the group is called the community regions service. what is that? >> right. >> what is that? >> it's a little known group inside the justice depa
anti-cancer platform. it's a whole platform based on epogenetics. the science of turning on or off specific parts of the dna. animal studies have been incredible. they have a drug for mix lineage leukemia and in mice their drug shut down that cancer. shut it down. it did not come back. plus the company has huge preclinical collaborations with glaxosmithkline. we bring on companies like this, why? because of what happened earlier today with another biotech name we pushed endlessly. alexion. based on word of a potential bid by swiss giant roche. we saw pharma takeover bid from pharma. i don't like chasing stocks that are up that much, but at the same time, i have to tell you this is one exciting story. let's check in with the ceo of epizyme to learn more about his company. welcome to "mad money." thank you for being on the show. >> my pleasure. thank you. >> good to see you. those of white house took biology, and are older, remember the double helix. you remember dna. you are actually interfering with the bad parts of dna. >> that's pretty much correct, jim. you remember the double h
's not rocket science. it's just common sense. from td ameritrade. >>> we're live outside the sanford, florida, courtroom where a jury has the case and deciding the fate of george zimmerman. this case a lightning rod from the beginning. february 26th, 2012, zimmerman shot trayvon martin. >> breaking news tonight. one man dead. another in a jail cell. police say they were called out to a home at retreat circle. >> neighbors here are still just shocked. they say this is the most bizarre thing for their neighborhood. they say it's such a quiet neighborhood and they say that the gunman was a member of their neighborhood watch. >> he walked out the house to go to the store. he was going to the store. >> i don't know why they're yelling help. i don't know. okay. send someone quick please. >> does he look hurt to you? >> we understand that the local fbi office has been in contact with the local authorities and monitoring the situation. >> no justice. >> no peace. >> protests and marches continue today. in washington, chicago and st. louis. >> don't talk to us like we're stupid. don't talk to us like
launched a new executive order that opens up tons of government data, everything from health and science to safety and more as machine readable free fuel for entrepreneurs to create new companies and jobs. this is america's day, we want to get back to you, all kind are picking up that data, to help grow the economy and create low class jobs. >> the previous thing the government has going right now is trying to implement the health care law the administration announced a delay in the employer mandate. they couldn't get it done in time. what does that tell you about the limits in technology in making it work more rapidly and efficiently? >> basically, they focused very well, business expressed concern that there are issues to be worked through, so it was a sensible thing to do, to implement properly, so october 1st, actually, we will be bringing it live, thing are on track to make that happen. >> a lot of people are concerned those are not going to be up an running in time. what is your role in trying to push technological cloougs solutions to make that work better. >> there is a whole tea
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are safe and based on sound science and easy to follow and no quick fixes here. these are plans for the long hall. >> okay. different categories. the first is the 5-2 bikini diet. >> it means not 5 plus two days but seven days a week. the issue here is having a five day plan where your monitoring your calories. women about 1500 and member about 2,000 but two days a week you'll cut back and eat about 5 or 600 calories a day. you have plenty of food to eat. you space this out. this is the jump start depending upon your starting weight you could lose a half to two extra pounds a week and that adds up. >> because of the locale ri days. >> the ultra locaw calorie days. you can have nuts for lunch and low calorie lunch. >> for people that think they can't go through life without pasta and bread, this can be for you. they're fiber rich and there's beans and things that give you the starchy flavor and vegetables and fruits are a large part of it. >> the body reset diet. this is not a cleanse, or a juice cleanse. what is it? >> every time people think about liquid plans they think about
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